AMMSI is a network of mathematics centres in sub-Saharan Africa that organizes conferences and workshops, visiting lectureships and an extensive scholarship program for mathematics graduate students doing PhD work on the African continent. As in the previous years, the CDC supported in 2014 the request from AMMSI to support the African graduate student scholarship program for the academic year 2014. The AMMSI scholarship program continued to need international bridge funding to maintain its vital work of supporting the continent's next generation of mathematical leadership. In 2014 the supported students were from the University of Ngaoundere, Cameroon, University of Dar el Salaam, Tanzania, Malawi Mzuzu University, University of Zambia, Zambia and the University of Botswana, Botswana. More details can be found on the AMMSI Website.
The CDC supported the travel cost to the Cambodian RUPP student Veasna Chum, to travel to Mexico to complete a Master degree in mathematic at CIMAT (Centro de investigacion en Matematicas, A.C). CIMAT supports local expenses (housing and basic living fees). He will graduate in July 2017.
In 2014 the CDC gave a grant to support the XXX Iberoamerican Math Olympiad in 2015 in Puerto Rico.
The CDC supported the visit of Prof. Michel Jambu and Prof. Herb Clemens to Mongolia in September 2014. During the visit an agreement was reached with the University of Mongolia to participate in the CDC's Volunteer Lecturer Program. Prof. Michel Jambu remained at the University of Mongolia to give an intensive 3-week short course.
CDC supported the 2013 Ibni Oumar Mahamat Saleh Prize. The awardee was Koffi Wilfrid Houeadanou.